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Orama Villa is located in village Piskopiano, a small quiet traditional village, in between the traditional villages of Old Hersonissos and Koutouloufari, with local restaurants, cafes, bars and many shops in walking distance.
The center of the famous resort of Hersonissos is just 800m away and is really the hub of life in Eastern Crete. Here you will find small beaches and an excellent choice of cafes, bars, restaurants, dozens of shops, upermarkets and nightlife to suit every taste.
New York Beach Club is the most popular meeting point in the area. Relax on our sunbeds during the day and enjoy your snacks or drinks overlooking the beach!
Enjoy also the high quality of nightlife offered. The variety of the cocktails and drinks plus the great music by famous DJs will make your nights unforgettable.
The Cretaquarium is one of the largest Aquariums in Europe. This experience cannot be described in just a few words. Sixty tanks and more than 2,000 marine organisms are not something to be missed. Walk around, explore and do not forget to stop at the jellyfish tank to watch the performance of the best ballet dancers.
Acqua Plus is by far the most popular water park on the island of Crete. Offers more than 50 different slides and games for children and adults.
Play without fear, feel the coolness and experience unforgettable moments of relaxation!
Crete is not just beaches. A drive up to the Lassithi Plateau will convince you. A very fertile land, it used to be full of windmills, you can still see quite a few of them around. Also visit the amazing Dictaion cave, where Zeus was born according to Greek mythology!
Visit Elounda village, one of the most famous tourist destinations worldwide. The island of Spinalonga, one of Greece’s most known historical places is located in the area of Elounda. Every day from Elounda port, small boats offering trips to this historic island.
The Minoan palace is the main site of interest at Knossos, an important city in antiquity, which was inhabited continuously from the Neolithic period until the 5th c. AD. The palace was built on the Kephala hill and had easy access to the sea and the Cretan interior. Do not miss it!